Empowering Young Black Males, III: A Systematic Modular Training Program for Black Male Children & Adolescents
This publication seeks to enhance the availability of best practices and ideas in career development. The papers included are derived from program presentations that were given at the July 2002 Careers across America conference. Chapters include: (1) Career Tracks: A Collaborative Approach between a University Career Center and a College of Education in Building a Career Counseling Paraprofessional Program (Marilyn Albert, Christye Peper, David C. McVey, and Martha K. Schuster); (2) Stepping Out: New Directions in Internship Programming (Melissa Barnes); (3) Career as Story: An Introduction to the Haldene Idiographic Method of Career Assessment for Multicultural Populations (Ernest F. Biller); (4) Career Development Classroom Money System (Charmaine Boston-Hall); (5) Working Ahead: The National One-Stop Workforce System and Career Development Facilitator Curriculum Training for Instructors (Kay Brawley); (6) Employer Perspectives on Disability Nondiscrimination Practices (Susanne M. Bruyere); (7) From Classroom to Careers: The Senior Mastery Process at Henry Ford Academy (Deborah Parizek and Sandy Kesavan); (8) Working with Undecided College Students (Aneneosa A. Okocha); (9) Using the Self-Directed Search Career Explorer with Middle School Students: The Practicality of Hollands RIASEC Theory (Debra S. Osborn); (10) Granite School Districts Comprehensive Counseling and Guidance Program in Action (Judy Petersen); (11) Holland-Based Career Materials: A Resource List for Educators (Robert C. Reardon and Jill A. Lumsden); (12) Using Hollands Theory To Analyze Labor Market Data (Corey Reed); (13) Developing a Career Resource for College Students in Saudi Arabia (Laurence Shatkin and Naim Atiyeh); (14) Map Your Future through ASAs New and Transfer Student Web Site (Beverly Shelton and Fred Isberner); (15) The Application of Hollands Career Theory in Modern Day Career Services: Integrating the Self-Directed Search and the Career Thoughts Inventory (Stacie Vernick); (16) Career Development and Adults with Moderate to Severe Mental Retardation (John Wadsworth and Karen Cocco); and (17) The Senior Experience: A Transition to the World of Work (Jack Walls). (Each chapter contains references.) (GCP)
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